Wi-Fi routers and pillars made from luminescent fibre optic cables form the outer contours of the delicate, architecturally rectangular shape of Network/ed Pillars which outlines the floor plan of a Greek temple.  The cables flash depending on the frequency of the data traffic in the surrounding network. A photograph of an ancient ornamental building element (Archive of the German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 1928) serves as the model for a sculpture Anthemion  produced using a 3D printer. The formal features  of the photographic negative are reflected in the  double-sided nature of the piece (positive/negative).